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Man's Pants Catch Fire From E-cigarette

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A man has been hospitalized in Kentucky after his e-cigarette exploded in his pocket. A gas station store security camera caught the exact moment the man's pants caught fire. The local man, Josh Hamilton, had just walked up to the counter when he reached into his pocket to pay. The e-cigarette explosion looked like a firework going off, and the pants are instantly engulfed in flames. Hamilton ran outside, but thankfully, the quick thinking cashier followed him with a fire extinguisher.

Added on the 24/02/2016 17:57:29 - Copyright : Wochit

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